SSF 1371 : A new spiny safflower variety for rainfed and irrigated conditions of India


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SSF 1371 : A new spiny safflower variety for rainfed and irrigated conditions of India

Authors

  • L N TAGAD All India Coordinated Research Project on Safflower, ZARS, MPKV, Solapur, Maharashtra
  • S K SHINDE All India Coordinated Research Project on Safflower, ZARS, MPKV, Solapur, Maharashtra
  • S V KHADTARE All India Coordinated Research Project on Safflower, ZARS, MPKV, Solapur, Maharashtra
  • D R MURUMKAR All India Coordinated Research Project on Safflower, ZARS, MPKV, Solapur, Maharashtra
  • V B AKASHE All India Coordinated Research Project on Safflower, ZARS, MPKV, Solapur, Maharashtra
  • K C OMBASE All India Coordinated Research Project on Safflower, ZARS, MPKV, Solapur, Maharashtra

https://doi.org/10.56739/jor.v37iSpecialissue.139665

Keywords:

Pedigree method, High seed and oil yield, SSF 13-71, Safflower variety

Abstract

SSF 1371 is a spiny variety derived through pedigree selection method from the cross Bhima x NARI 44. In the multi-location trials, SSF 1371 recorded 9.84% and 17.47 higher yield over the checks A1 and PBNS 12, respectively.It has also recorded 14.98% and 18.67% higher oil yield over the check A1 and PBNS 12, respectively. Oil content of SSF 1371 was 29.2%. It was responsive to higher doses of fertiliser and late sown conditions. It was identified during 2019 for cultivation in Maharashtra, Karnataka and Telangana states.

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L N TAGAD, S K SHINDE, S V KHADTARE, D R MURUMKAR, V B AKASHE AND K C OMBASE

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Submitted

2023-07-24

Published

2020-03-12

How to Cite

L N TAGAD, S K SHINDE, S V KHADTARE, D R MURUMKAR, V B AKASHE, & K C OMBASE. (2020). SSF 1371 : A new spiny safflower variety for rainfed and irrigated conditions of India: SSF 1371 : A new spiny safflower variety for rainfed and irrigated conditions of India. Journal of Oilseeds Research, 37(Specialissue). https://doi.org/10.56739/jor.v37iSpecialissue.139665